Righteousness and Justice, The Kingly Requirement
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This teaching was recorded at Kol HaMashiach Messianic
Congregation in Lake City 12/21/13.
I connected the Torah Portion Shemot and the Enthronement of the King of Egypt with the Ancient Near Eastern culture and the Righteousness and Justice of the Great Kings. We will learn about the ANET customs and how the ancient world would consider a King Righteous and Just.
We will also Connect Yeshua as that Royal figure from the Great King to bring the message of the true righteousness that comes from our Heavenly Father and King. We will also learn the ancient method of declaring permanent freedom and how that is connected to the Yeshua on the cross. I pray this teaching will bless you as much is bless my life.
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5 thoughts on “Righteousness and Justice, The Kingly Requirement”
thank you Rico for all the work you putting into teaching us Torah may YHVH give you and alll that is under you His Shalom
I began in 2009, as a dim-lit, Gentile, inheritor of maddening disappointment and-some, reading the bible while comparing ancient records. Barukh HaShem for this beautiful opportunity to study with His body a topic which for me, in the recent past had no frame until this year. Look at how awesome, indeed, His power is. Give thanks! Most High… I love You.
Thank you Rico and family for your work, as usual, rich depth, abundant blessings and particularly ‘this time’ a very timely visit from Yah to encourage and remind ALL who’s world this is!
Blessed be Yahweh for all He is and what we are in Him.
Could you please make this video available to be downloadable? Ruagh definitely spoke with us and I repent also for self righteouseness.
Equality=equal under law; not equal in wealth; nor created equal, if created equal like what/ some are blind, some missing limbs, some born deaf
That’s why House of Judah sold into slavery in Babylon for 7×70 years; failed to keep smittah; but what are the results, people languish in jail, debts not set free, property not restored; the kingdom strength all falls apart.
Strength of government and care of people highly depend on quality of character as Torah describes of all it’s judges. Individuals are also required to be of this character; as though they could be judges or kings; that’s what Moses said “I wish you were all prophets; there was not room for all israel to fill those positions; but all Israel should be of good character as though they were judges/kings.